Jenny is the new bride of Brendon, whose family, for over a century, has owned Laurel House, a gracious resort hotel in New...

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THE STONE BULL

Jenny is the new bride of Brendon, whose family, for over a century, has owned Laurel House, a gracious resort hotel in New York's Catskills. In spite of tho fact that her mirror tells her that she is ""dramatically beautiful,"" Jenny always knew that Mother loved her twin sister, deceased prima ballerina Ariel, best. But she didn't know that someone else very close did also, and that Ariel may have been a murderer as she twinkled through the hearts of the Laurel House mènage. Jenny meditates these matters in tower rooms, woodland paths, and on the back of a giant stone bull sculpted by the handyman's son, glowering Magnus. There are the obligatory number of threats and secrets--and a cave where Jenny is almost extinguished before True Love makes it a Magnus, er, Magnum of Kool-Aid for the front porch paperback set. (Fawcett has picked up the tab for this lucrative Bull.)

Pub Date: Aug. 12, 1977

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Aug. 1, 1977